Ohio State to lead research and development project to help greenhouse growers create optimal conditions, increase crops, and reduce waste
COLUMBUS, OHIO—The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) is leading a research and development project to help greenhouse growers create the most ideal growing environment using real-time data and climate optimization processes. The U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded a $3.77 million grant to study controlled environment agriculture (CEA), a process that extends the growing season, reduces waste, and yields more crops...
Seattle startup and U.S. universities land $3.77M USDA grant to develop AI tech for indoor farming
The news: Seattle-based indoor agriculture startup Koidra will share a $3.77 million research grant with Ohio State University, Rutgers University, Cornell University and the University of Arizona. The four-year grant… Read More
Ohio State, Rutgers, Cornell, University of Arizona, Koidra and Hort Americas team up to lead USDA-awarded grant
AdvanCEA research to focus on helping greenhouse growers create optimal conditions, increase yields, and reduce waste. By Tom Trush, Hort Americas BEDFORD, Texas—Feb. 1, 2023—Commercial horticultur…